Some organizations may wish to take the extra step of becoming an official campaign partner, although that is not required to use our materials. Campaign partners often are larger organizations that have a wide reach in audience and can commit to being active with the campaign year-round. Our partners are instrumental in raising awareness in their communities.
Partners may include, but are not limited to:
- Federal agencies
- State and U.S. territory governments
- Metropolitan cities
- Law enforcement organizations
- Airports and mass transit entities
- Sports leagues and teams
- Major sports events or entertainment venues
- Religious organizations
- Colleges and universities
- Private sector businesses
- Public utilities
- Hospitality and travel industries
- Retail and property management companies
Campaign partners are expected to:
- Make a concerted, strategic effort to incorporate the campaign into the resources and communications they provide to their audience(s).
- Stay up to date on resources and information to ensure everything they use is the latest version.
- Coordinate with the campaign team around any specific needs.
- Participate in the campaign’s annual awareness day (#SeeSayDay) on September 25 each year.
- Join an annual partnership virtual event.
- Amplify campaign messaging during times of heightened awareness.
The campaign would:
- Proactively check-in with partners to see if any needs have changed, how the campaign can support them, and any updates to offered materials or resources.
- Maintain an ongoing relationship throughout the year.
- Provide opportunities for partners to offer feedback about the campaign and available materials.
- Send invitations to partners for educational webinars.
- Inform partners when new campaign materials are available.
To learn more about becoming a partner, visit the Contact Us page to submit the required information. Someone from the campaign will be in touch with you with additional details.
DHS may deny requests for partnerships or materials if the intended use of campaign resources is not aligned with the campaign’s intended purpose. The campaign does not partner with individuals, nor international entities, operating outside of the domestic United States.